Documentation-only fix
sublime-build: Change docs links to point to GitHub

When configuration is not properly detected, the user will be
prompted to open the documentation. Previously the user's browser
would open to go.googlesource.com. We decided user-facing docs
should instead be accessed via github.com.

Change-Id: If105d670ab2dcc0eb6459fa5589b49741359869f
Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/16449
Reviewed-by: Jason Buberel <jbuberel@google.com>
1 file changed
tree: d08cbb1fbd5947fd51de1e8e759ee7894df268ba
  1. .gitignore
  2. .pep8
  3. AUTHORS
  4. CONTRIBUTING.md
  5. CONTRIBUTORS
  6. Default.sublime-commands
  7. Go.sublime-build
  8. Golang Build Output.tmLanguage
  9. LICENSE
  10. PATENTS
  11. changelog.md
  12. dependencies.json
  13. dev/
  14. docs/
  15. golang_build.py
  16. readme.md
readme.md

Golang Build

Golang Build is a Sublime Text package for compiling Go projects. It provides integration between Sublime Text and the command line go tool.

The package consists of the following features:

  • A Sublime Text build system for executing:
    • go build
    • go run
    • go install
    • go test
    • go clean
    • Cross-compilation using go build with GOOS and GOARCH
  • Sublime Text command palette commands to:
    • Execute go get
    • Open a terminal into a Go workspace

Installation

The Golang Build package is installed by using Package Control.

  • If Package Control is not installed, follow the Installation Instructions
  • Open the Sublime Text command palette and run the Package Control: Install Package command
  • Type Golang Build and select the package to perform the installation

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